March 8, 5:31 p.m.: Officers responded to the 500 block of Peace Portal Drive for a report of an individual staring at two underage kids and making obscene gestures toward them. Officers arrived and detained the suspect matching the description. After fully investigating the matter, officers determined there was probable cause for the individual’s arrest. Officers arrested the individual and cleared with no further incident.
March 9, 12:02 a.m.: Officers responded to a report of a driver backing down the I-5 on ramp, then driving on sidewalks. No direction of travel was given. Officers checked the area and were not able to locate the vehicle.
March 11, 4:51 a.m.: Officers responded to a physical dispute reported at Bayside Motor Inn. The victim reported he was struck by his adult son. Officers attempted to interview the victim but he was uncooperative, the suspect was not located but probable cause was posted for his arrest for assault.
March 11, 11:58 a.m.: A woman called police to report her child’s father showing up to her work and harassing her. The woman wanted the incident documented as she was going to try to obtain a protection order. Nothing the woman reported was criminal in nature.
March 11, 4:05 p.m.: Blaine police were called to a report of a juvenile walking a dog on the railroad tracks. An officer contacted the eight-year-old in the area and explained the dangers to him. The officer then walked with the juvenile to his home and advised his parents as well.
March 11, 3:42 p.m.: Officers responded to the Peace Arch point of entry for a report of an individual in possession of narcotics. Officers arrived and determined the individual was in fact in possession of cocaine and heroin. Officers arrested the female and booked her into the Whatcom County Jail. Officers cleared.
March 12, 5:45 p.m.: Officers responded to a report of a found child. After speaking with the complainant, officers determined the child had come from a residence on W. 99th Avenue. After speaking with several neighbors, officers located the residence where the child lives and confirmed he made it home safely. Officers did not observe anything suspicious and gathered contact information for a parent in case the event occurs again in the future.
March 14, 9:38 a.m.: A person was causing concern to employees and customers at a business in the 400 block of Peace Portal Drive. The man allegedly told one of the female employees they had nice eyeballs and other odd comments about them. The man then left his official doctors eye exam with the employee and said “Call me.” Officers arrived and contacted the man just outside the business. At the business’ request, as they were afraid to speak to him, the man was trespassed from the business and stated he understood he would be arrested if he returned.
March 14, 7:21 p.m.: Officers responded to the 200 block of Martin Street for an individual reporting animal abuse. Officers arrived and spoke to the complainant who advised she could hear the neighbor yelling at their dog at times. She further stated the dog is timid. After investigating, officers determined no crime has been committed and referred the individual to animal control to file a complaint. Officers cleared.
March 15, 9:15 p.m.: An officer responded to a suspicious circumstance of someone trying to enter a residence with a key. The tenant heard a key in her lock. She said they tried for a short duration to unlock the door then left. She did not see anyone. The officer checked outside the apartment and found nothing damaged or sign of an attempted forced entry. Extra patrols will be provided.